Wood and Water(scapes)

Physical/Social Networks in Park Grove Park (2008)

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A surreal landscape populated by inmigrants, beer guzzlers, joint smokers, retirees, kids, housewives, graffiti artists… and all reduced to two materials: wood and water. The offcuts from the felled trees are used to build flat ribs that define the double curve and are drilled to insert the blown bottles and form the shells of the hollowed hills. Meanwhile, the water generates public space by rehydration; inside the kiosk (water treatment and filtering for human consumption), and outside as well (bathing and comunituy recreation). Pine Grove Park as ballons of social and rehydrating oxygen

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Cristina Díaz Moreno & Efrén García Grinda
Paseo Imperial 6, 1c. 28005 Madrid
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